Sunday July 6th
1.40pm–3.30pm Panel 1
Jennifer Ingleheart (Durham), ‘High culture in low company? The reception of ancient ‘homosexuality’ in the pornographic The Sins of the Cities of the Plain.’
Edith Hall & Henry Stead (King’s College London), ‘Classics down the mineshaft’ (paper delivered by Henry Stead).
3.50pm–5.40pm Panel 2. Chair: Lorna Hardwick (Open).
Barbara Goff (Reading), ‘Greek Art on Brick Row: coming to the Classics via the WEA.’
Stefani Dixon (Berkeley) & Djesika Ilèn Watson, ‘Per Tot Discrimina Rerum: Classical Pedagogy by/for Urban Students Experiencing Crisis and Poverty.’
6.00pm–7.00pm Keynote. Chair: Shane Butler (Bristol).
Constanze Güthenke (Princeton), ‘“The Blossoming of Doctor Dryasdust”: Basil Gildersleeve in Germany.’
8.30pm Conference Dinner
Monday July 7th
9.00am–10.50am Panel 3
Thomas E. Jenkins (Trinity), ‘Extreme metaphor: American Receptions of the Ancient World after 9/11.’
Luke Richardson (University College London), ‘“And over our heads the hollow seas closed up”: Primo Levi and Reading the Odyssey after Auschwitz.’
11.10am–1.00pm Panel 4. Chair: Martha Woodruff (Middlebury).
Jennifer Wallace (Cambridge), ‘Picturing the Greeks: Photography, Performance and Julia Margaret Cameron.’
Amanda Klause (Princeton), ‘Daphnis Transformed: Virgilian Pastoral, Lucretian Materialism, and Aphra Behn’s Politics of Translation.’
1.50pm–3.40pm Panel 5
Davina Benstead-Cross (St Andrews), ‘Voyaging into the past: Pacific Exploration and Classical Reception in the late eighteenth century.’
Rosa Andújar (University College London), ‘Tragedy and Revolucíon: Adapting Greek drama in Fidel’s Cuba.’
4.00pm–5.30pm Keynote & Plenary. Chair: Barbara Graziosi (Durham).
Simon Goldhill (Cambridge), ‘How to Bring Down the Church? Or: on coming to Durham, these days.’